How we landed on a comet 300 million miles away


The Rosetta mission launched by the European Space Agency landed successfully on comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko on November 12. The historic touchdown by the Philae lander was decades in the making.

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  1. It overlooked the people it saw there, but what else could it do? It seems that there are people on every planet, moon, asteroid and comet!! Yet NASA don't regard then as humanity!!! Mars rover opportunity found huge cities of Tiny people, just inches high!! Cassini destroyed a village of Tiny people, and others at a huge hotel on Saturn!!

  2. i wonder if you can put a machine that takes pictures every now and then and put it on space debris thats about to hit a planet and see if there are life forms there.

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